BURNABY - About 60 Aboriginal child welfare staff and community members braved the cold and wind on Saturday, April 22 to demand more funding for Aboriginal child and family services.
What: Rally to support B.C.’s Children and Youth
Who: Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD) workers
The BC Government & Service Employees' Union (BCGEU) welcomes the extensive findings published in a report today by the B.C.
Labour agreement provides up to 15 years of job security for highway sector workers
Report highlights continued government inaction on Aboriginal child protection; agency workers seek solutions at bargaining table
Workers at Aboriginal child protection agency seek contract to improve child safety
Last week, a BC court judge handed down a 14-month sentence to an inmate of Surrey Pretrial Services Centre for assaulting a correctional officer.
The B.C. Government & Service Employees' Union (BCGEU) feels that today’s announcement of $500 million to strengthen care for B.C.
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Emergency meeting called to develop spending recommendations for $65 million in federal funding for opioid crisis
By: Stephanie Smith
Land Value Capture, a mechanism that taxes development speculation along proposed transit routes and puts those dollars into transit development is a solution the BC Government and Service Employee